Listen: Jackson Hayes, Steelers And Oklahoma discussed on NBC Sports
"Did you find the guy like that? In the short answer is the old thing. I used to hear that. With regard to baseball scouting. If you're good the scouts fine. You. That's that's worth thinking. Yeah, they're finding and again he came down to the continental the forty four or forty eight. For the latter part of his high school career, he played a you down in Portland. So he was relatively highly recruited, and, you know, a relatively highly regarded guy and we're fortunate it came down to us and he ended up choosing Texas Jackson Hayes, another guy who with good basketball skills in pedigree, athletic, pedigree, and all that other kind of stuff, and you can see glimpses of what could be something really special. He's got a great pedigrees dad staint Jonathan Hayes coach for the Cincinnati Bengals actually used to coach football at Oklahoma. But before that he played twelve years in the NFL mostly for the Kansas City Chiefs in some for the Steelers, he's a mountain of a man big strong. You know about six six to sixty five. So it's just a matter of time before Jackson fills out, and then his mom was phenomenal basketball player in high school college average fifty points of game in high school was a great player at Drake. And then she also. Was coached basketball at Oklahoma. So you know, when we started recruiting Jackson, you know, they kind of let us in on that that little secret in. We're we're we're really fortunate to have."